Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1931 · Page 2
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TAPE TWO ID VERNE GIRL, BANCROFT BOY WEDMAY20TH Bancroft May 26—A pretty wed- iSlng took place last week Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock nt the (Catholic Rectory when Eugene Wolf JUid Florence J. Miller were married fby the Rev. J. D. Flsch. The cou- fple was attended by Julia Quinn. tfrlend of the bride, and Raymond Wolf, brother of the bridegroom. Tfne bride Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Miller, of Lu Verne. She 3ias been night operator at the local telephone office for the last two •and one-half years. The bridegroom is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. .Jacob Wolf of this city and is em- tployed by W. E. Quinn, at trucking. •The couple left immediately after tthe wedding for a short honeymoon. 'They will live in Bancroft. 87 In First Holy Communion— First Holy Communion was given •at St. John's Catholic church Sunday at the 0:30 mass. There were 37 in the class, as follows: Kather- 5ne Becker Viola Sprank, Bernadlnc- llegner, Claire Miller, Barbara Xentsch, Dorothy Marie Tohin, Evelyn Kollasch, Bernice Kennedy, Evelyn Wilhelmi, Maurine Deitering, Katherlne Kramer, Elaine Kinsey, Antoinette Schneider, Dorothy iBrink, Dolores Hatten, Madaline Xattimer, Kathleen Schiltz, Audrey Schak, Lester Carstenson, Arnold Becker, Joseph Cogley,'Donald Bol- 31g, Anton Kramer, John Droessler, Gerald Nurre, Donald Dudding, Arthur Menke, Joseph Stork, Anthony Schneider, Gerald Menke, Donald McNertney, Eugene Welp, Larrin J^emmere, Edward Blocker, Arnold •We-sselmann, Alfred Hellman, and Harold Hamilton. !'>!h..p/'fW^*T> r r> ^f, '*-W^i?i ,'f^r,t \\ f ^ CtttttW AttVANCB. AU?0NA, ternoon. She is the youngest daughter of the Henry Delterlngs. More than 200 at Dance— At the dance last week Wednesday evening 223 tickets were sold. Bancroft has been having fine crowds at the dances every Wednesday. Hnptlst S. S. Has Picnic— The members of the Baptist Sunday school enjoyed a wiener roast at the river Friday afternoon. These wiener roasts are an annual affair and the youngsters have a fine time. Emmet ttcvhie Birthday Deserved— Mrs. J. A. Devlne entertained a number of riends of Emmet at a surprise birthday dinner Sunday. Emmet was 15 years old. her mother, Mrs. A. GlAfiSrilp, ami Mr. tlnd Mrs. Henry Schultz returned last week Tuesday from Cascade, Wle., where they attended the fun- feral of Mrs. Glassnip's brother and Mrs. Kulow's uncle. The Alphonse Fangmans, AHa, visited'the M. J. Dyers and Frank Fangmanns Sunday. Mrs. Fang- CIRCUS STUNT CLOSESFENTON SCHOOL YEAR Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Fish and Many See II. S. Exhibits— A large crowd attended the exhibition of the home economics and manual training classes at the Bancroft high school Friday evening. Seniors Have Outdoor Bwahfast— The seniors of Bancroft high school enjoyed a breakfast at the river Saturday. Other Bancroft News. Clayton Bramon came Saturday from Sioux City to spend a few days at the J. F. Kramer home. His wife had been visiting 'at the Kra-. mer home the last ten days. Mrs. Bramon was formerly Dorothy Kramer. Dr. and Mrs. Lynch and daughter .loan loan, Sioux City, visited Mrs. Mary Segar, the .Tohn Williams and the G. D. Harts the first of the week. Mrs. Lynch is a daughter of Mrs. Segar and a sister of Mrs. Hart and Mrs. Williams. Mrs. Fred Kulow, two children, mann's sister, Mrs. Al Tolllfson, of Milwaukee, and son are visiting at the M. J. Dyer home. L. F. Kennedy, vice president, and A. O. Stromseth, cashier, of the Fafmers & Traders Savings bank, were at Spirit Lake Thursday attending a bankers' meeting. The bank was closed all day. The following Woodmen attended meeting at Algona last week Wednesday evening: Otto Baren- thln, John Schuler and two sons Jake Kellar, John Kirsch and Sam Llchliter. John Williams and C. M. Baker owners of the local barber shop, at tended the annual district meeting of the Associated Master Barber of America in Fort Dodge last weel Monday and Tuesday. Bertha Lampe spent the week-em with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Henr Fenton, May 26 — The customary ommunlty picnic was held at the choolhouse Friday, the closing day of school. A program In form of a circus parade started from the schoolhouse at 11 o'clock and march ed through Main street. Characters were flag bearers, high school music makers, fairies, negro family, overall boys, clowns, Indians town flappers, cadets, bridal party Siamese twins, sunbonnet girls clown band, Mr. and Mrs. Frltzen berger, Japanese girls, follow us t school and the tall-end. Lunch was served cafeteria styl at noon. An exhibit of school wor from all grades was on display, an included work of manual tralnln boys and home economics girls. J ball game between the Armstron Lampe. Bertha is attending th training school for nurses at th Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. A. H. Fuchs returned from Rochester last week AVednesday evening. Mr. Fuchs had been there for a week. Tom Garry met Mr. Fuchs at Forest City that evening. The Lutheran Aid society met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Anna Soderberg. The Luther League met at her home that evening. A fine crowd attended both meetings. ort Dodge, Spent Sunday i here. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber, Arm- rong, spent SundAy with the par* ntal H. E. gtbbers. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Filer, Council Huffs, visited at Mrs. Battle Welfi- rod's last week. 'The E: L. Bakers, Armstrong, vis- ted Sunday at F. J. Weisbrod and dinner and Fenton high school teams too place on the athletic grounds a 2:30 p. m. the Fenton team won 3- Mnny Attend Gibbons Funeral— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gibbons returned Friday to their home nt Hawley, Minn., after several days with their daughter, Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Gibbons had been called here by news of the death of their son Floyd, former Fenton resident who died at Burt. Other relatives at the Weisbrod home for the funeral were Mr. and Imma Curry's. The.*Supt. BelkenS were guests at George Freeman's, er, Sunday. PROGRAM HELD FOR GRADUATES AT LONE ROOK Lone Rock, May 20—Commence ment exercises were held at th school gym Monday night. Th program follows; Processlona Coila Hollister; invocation, the Rev S. M. Gladstone; salutatory address The Final Milestone, Fern Hartwel violin solo, In the Garden of You Heart, Irene Whitford; song, Ell Ewoldt and Berneyce Roderick. I the Garden- of Tomorrow; address The Life that Counts, W. R. Kami ton; announcement of awards,- Supt. L. E. Godfrey; presentation of dl twins, of Whlttemore, were i on friends here last Thursday. The S. O. Roderick family, of Man^ City, were guests Sunday of he L. ft., and J. L. Rodericks. Blva Ewoldt commenced office vork Monday In the Ice cream fac> :ory at Algona. St. John's to Graduate 19— Commencement exercises for St. John's will be held Friday evening in St. John's auditorium. The program is as follows: March by the •orchestra, salutatory b>; Mary Ford, selection by the orchestra, valedictory, "Out on the Long Long Trail," WHITTEMORE STUDENTS HAVE ANNUAL PICNIC Whittemore, May 26 — The high "by Leander Menke, song by graduates, an address by the the Rev. George Theobald, of St. Joseph, and the conferring of honors. The class *f 1931 is the largest class that has •ever graduated from St. John's high school. There are 19 in the class. The class of 1914 is the second la •est class when 14 graduated. The first class to graduate from this fichool was in 1900. Mrs. Ncls Nelson Dies- Mrs. Xete Xelson died at her fcome early Sunday morning after a few days' illness with intestinal influenza. Mabel Viola Telming was born December 10, 1900, at Fort school held its week Tuesday on annual picnic last the high school Dodge and came here 13 years ago and was employed at the Dr. J. A. Devine home for four years. Then she married Xels Nelson and they have been living on a farm six miles northeast of Bancroft. The Nelsons have one child, a daughter seven years old. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 at the Swedish Lutheran church, and burial was made in Greenwood cem- •etery. Post Plans Memorial Day— The McKinnon Post of the American Legion will have charge of the local program Memorial day. The bank and the post office are the only business houses which will be closed all day this year, since the day comes on Saturday. The other business houses will close a few hours in the morning .so the em- ployes can attend the program. The Legion boys are having markers put on the graves of all veterans buried In Greenwood and St. John's cemeteries, A. J. Berens VIsltlnR' Parenfs— Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Berens, Chicago, came Saturday to spend several weeks with the Peter Berens. A. J. is the only son of the Peter Berens. He was married in Chicago last month. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Berens and his sisters Regina and Frances expect to drive to Omaha Saturday to visit their sisters, Mrs. Lee Brown and Leone Berens. Ruth Ann Brown, who has been staying at the Berens home the past two weeks, will return to her home in Omaha with them. Shower Honors Rosalyn Lapp*— A shower will be held at the Bradley hall tonight for Rosalyn Lappe, •who will be married June 2 to Fred Becker of Mason City. The hostesses are Mrs. Henry Menke, Mrs. Max Dudding, Mrs. Henry Lappe, Mrs. Frank Recker, Mrs. Florence McGilligan and Corrine Nemmers. Miss Lappe has been employed in the ready-to-wear department of Kennedy Bros. Department store. lee Klotkes 4 Years Old— Mrs. N. J. Merrill, daughters Viola and Lorette, Mrs. William Carolin and daughter Ella visited the Lee Klockes, Albert Lea, Thursday! It was the Klocke's fourth wedding anniversary. " two children and are spending the week at the N. J. Merrill home. Mrs. Klocke will be remembered as Leone Merrill. grounds. A picnic dinner was Carved under the trees on the school lawn, and at one o'clock a program was given after the presentation of the class picture by Herman Behnke. The program included: song school; senior class poem, Roscoe Fauss; class prophecy, juniors, giv en by Esther Behnke; class oration Herbert Zumach; statistics, Lucile Relmers; catches, Clearance Fouss; ode to Caesar, Edward Heller; class history, Ruth Carlisle; class will, Earl Luchsinger; newspaper miscellanies, Lucile Relmers; senior scrap book, Edward Heller; key oration, Herman Behnke, and senior class song. After the program the freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior boys and Mrs. John stelrs. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zu- rnach, Lotts Creek, Monday. Mrs. Mrs. N. C. Gibbons and Mr. and J. A\ r . Bey, Dodge Center, Graduates Guests at Show— The academy high school graduates attended "The Public Enemy" at the Iowa Theater, Emmetsburg, last week Wednesday. This was a graduation gift from manager A. J. Swanton. Michaol Bauinan to Marry— Banns for Michael Bauman, Whittemore, and Eleanor Miller, Rockwell City, were called Sunday for the first time at St. Michael's Catholic church. Hurt Loses KH-tenbiill Game— The Y. P. S. kittenball team won from Burt .21-8 Sunday on the Burt diamond. Fairville also played Burt at Burt. Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Gibbons, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. ' Emll Buehler and Mrs. H. Cowel and a little son, of West Concord, Minn.; Mr,s. George Rand and her son Harol and Mrs. J. Kleinipere and her son Lawrence, of Mantorville, Minn. Thirteen Receive H. S. Diplomas— Commencement exercises were held at the high • school auditorium last week Tuesday night. The program follows; processional, Leona Borchardt; invocation, the Rev. J. T. Snyder; music, Girls' Glee club; address, Dr. A. E. Bennett, Des Moines; music, Boys' Glee club; presenting 1 , Supt. G. D. Belken; presentation of diplomas, President G. R. Krause; class song, senior class. Members of the class are Warren Randall, Dreyer, plomas, A. D. Newbrouglr; benediction, the Rev. S. M. Gladstone, I'oppy' Poster Awards Made— In 'the poppy poster contest sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary, Bernard Rellly won first and William Knoll second.in the fifth and sixth grades, and Kathryn Ste- britz. first and Imogene Roderick second in the seventh and tighth grades. The firsts in each received $1 and the seconds 50c. Anna Flalg, chairman of the poppy committee reports an active sale." Monday the president and secretary are send"ling boxes for the May birthday party at Knoxville. These contain angel food cakes, home made candy, and individual gifts for the boys. EX-IRVINGTON WOMAN LOW ATKANAWHA Irvington, May 26—Mr. and Mrs Frank Shackelford, Algona, .am Mrs M. De L. Parsons motored t Kanawlm one day last week to se Mrs. William Baker, who Is low wlU cancer. The Shackelfords returne the same day and were to go bac later for Mrs. .Parsons. .Mrs. Bake is a sister of Mr. Shackelford an the mother of .Tesee Baker, Grand view, Wash., well known here. Twenty AtteiAl AM Meeting— " The'Aid met last Thursday aftei noon at the Annex, and 20 person attended. Carpet rags were sewe A business meeting was opene with songs, and old and new busi- Amusement Park Clear Lake, Iowa Grand Opening of 1931 Season] Next Sunday, May 31 40 ...... 3 AIX30NA CONCERT BAJJD. Popular concert. , and'nlght. Also The Harrisons, famous vaudeville nfc i ier cyclists will entertain with unique bicycle act nni Will feature Comedy Cloyd, talking comedian on wheel 8CCOni1 ' BALL GAME at 3 o'clock on Bayskle Diamond. 71™ . *+, , •_.._;,._ *r^« A J^...l.« *"*«» — .*. i-~ ill ^ .... «. . " A "C l&fjt A10 Grays vs. Eldora Cubs. Great battle predicted'. tween Innings. ' Bnni muslo \ At BAYSIDE—New whip, roller coaster, skating rink merry-go-round, penny arcade with 50 machlm-.s f|«h •bathing beach on lake, bath house with new suits Ho T concessions, free picnic grounds and tables, children's ™ Admission to Park Sunday, lOc. Policed Parking (;,•„,,,,, fr VIU) unus for LaUo Jlills Defeats Lone Rock— Lone Rock lost the first game of the season Sunday at Lake Mills, 2-1., It was ll"0 in Lone Rock's favor up to the eighth inning when Lake Mills secured a run. Brooks brought In An error by the winning score. Sims and Brooks were the Marjorie Bailey, Lorena Loren Espe, Lawrence played ball. Nine II. S. Seniors Graduated— Commencement exercises for graduates o£ the Whlttemore high school were held last Thursday evening at the academy hall at eight o'clock. The Rev. F. J. Clark, Algona delivered the address. The program follows: Invocation, the Rev. Mr. Clark; song, Sundown, Ira B. Wilson, with the high school chorus; salutatory, Herbert Zurnach; song, World is Waiting for the Sunrise, Ernest Sectz, and high school chorus; valedictory, Ruth Carlisle; song, Bells of St. Mary's, Emmet A. Adams, and high school chorus; presentation of diplomas, F. J. Rochford; address, the Rev. F. J. Clark; Other Whittemore. The Frank and August Schatt- Schneiders drove to Clinton and Davenport last Thursday for a few days of visits. At Clinton they visited the William Wegeners Jr. and at Davenport Arnold Wills. Mrs. Wegener and Mrs. Will are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. August Schattschneider. They returned Monday. The Alfred Derners, Nebraska, spent last Thursday at Frank Derner's. Alfred is a nephew of Frank. The Henry Derners, Henry Rickey, and the Tiefentahls, all of MiUord, were also guests of the Frank Derners. Esther, daughter of the R. H. Behnkes, accompanied 'Mary D. Glaus, Alice Hantelmann, Eugene Huskamp, August Krause, Wilfred Radig, Veneta Voight, Shelby Weisbrod, Maxine Weisbrod, and Carl Voight. Fire Truck Quarters Completed— An SxlO entension on the south side of the east wing on the pump house to house the new fire truck was ordered built by the council at its last meeting and is practically completed. The Modern Builders have the contract f«r construction Up to the present time the truck has been kept in the former Voight garage, now owned by P. H. Jensen. Regular practice meetings are held twice a week to fully acquaint each fireman with his job and mechanical operation of the truck. battery for • Lone Rock, with Alt Krueger at first, Chip Sharp, second, Oscar Earing, third, Bill Marlow, short, Loyd Hutchinson, center field, Albert Manus/Burt, right field, and Lawrence Newbrough, left field. Lone Rock will play Bancroft on the local diamond Sunday. Tcnclwrs Return to Homes — School closed Friday with a picnic in which pupils and parents brought lunches and had dinner together. The teachers have return eel to their homes, Miss Cross ness was talked over. Mrs. Orland Rutledge added her name to the list of members, and more than $3 was taken in. The meeting was closed with the Lord's Prayer. Mesdames M. L. and H. P. Roney were hostesses. The next meeting will be held June 4, with Mrs. H. T. Sabin and Mrs. Samuel Reaper as host- Bindewalds Have Grandson— Mrs. M. L. Roney recently received announcement from Mp. William Bindewald, Albert Isea, of the birth of a grandson, Richard Allen, May 7, the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Rae Kreuzer, Mrs. Kreuzer Is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bindewald, who are known to many here, ae they are former Irvington- ians, , Two Gray Girls Graduated—. Graduation announcements have been received from Mildred, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gray. Winnebago, and Maybelle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Gray, near Burt. The girls are cousins, and both lived here with their parents many years. to Curlew, Lura Sewick to Burt, Evelyn Behrman to Bancroft, Coach Frnmbachs Have New Son- Mrs. Ted Harr and her mother, Mrs. M. De L. Parsons, were Sunday visitors at Harold Frambach's, near Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Frambach are the parents of a boy born last week Wednesday. They have two other children, twin girls. Manus to Forreston, 111., Lewis to New Sharon, Thompson riett Fish Paulino Evelyn Alexandra, and Har- Whittemore. Supt, piano accompaniment, Mrs. J. M. Fleming. Prof. P. L. Jesson's Mother Dies— Prof, and Mrs. P. L. Jesson and little son Ralph left a week ago Friday for Elmhurst, 111., in response to a message stating that Mrs. Jesson's mother, Mrs. Louise Heinemann, was seriously ill and that an operation would be perform ed the next morning. Since the Jessons arrived in Elmhurst word has been received that Mrs. Heinemann passed away. The first to the fourth grade classes were dismissed all last week but school was resumed Tuesday. Mrs. Klocke and the returned with them Grade Pupils Enjoy Picnic— The first four public school grades taught by Miss Sammin, held their picnic last Thursday on the school grounds. Dinner was served to the children and games were played. Miss Sammin has been teaching in the Whittemore public school for more than 20 years, and will teach again next year. \Vhiiteiuore Musicians Busy— George Carmody was at Mankato last week Tuesday evening playing Schiltz, Whittemore high school teacher, to the latter's home at Fort Dodge Friday evening, and spent the week-end there. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Oliver spent Saturday and Sunday with Sister 'M. Thomasine at Elkader and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dulard, West Union. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. John Erue. Margaret Elbert is working at the Leo jWaldschmidt home in Algona. Mrs. Waldschmidt left last week Tuesday for Iowa City for examination and treatment at the university hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwlth and their son Ellsworth spent Sunday evening at Henry Kueck's in Seneca township. Mrs. Kueck and Mr. Heidenwlth are sister and brother. The Henry Bells, Mrs. Frank Bell, and her children, all of Blue Earth, spent Friday with Whittemore relatives and old friends. Mrs. Frank Bell was formerly Frieda Cordes. The Henry Kueckers, Mrs. George Schultz, and her son Norman visit E,nrewell for Sirs. Belkon— The Afternoon Bridge club entertained in honor of Mrs. G. D. Belken Friday afternoon at the Shelter House at the Ambrose A. Call state park. The Belkens leave soon for Duncombe, where they will make their home. Mrs. Belken was presented with a bridge luncheon set. Mr. Belken has been superintendent of schools here. L. E. Godfrey will move his household goods into the Mrs. H. F. Tarbell house. Bridge Club is Entertained— Mrs. Otto Jensen entertained the bridge club at her home a week ago Thursday evening. Mrs. W. J. Cotton won high score and Mrs, L. R. Roderick, low score. In attendance were Mrs. Roy and Mrs. Ernest Jensen, Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt, Mrs. L. R. Roderick, Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. Alfred Krueger, Mrs. Glen Sharp, and Mrs. Ralph Thomn. Boy Suffers Broken Wrist— Paul, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller, has a broken wrist, suffered last Thursday at play at the Sabin home. Dwight had climbed to the top of a small shed, and when Paul tried to follow the ladder slipped and he fell to the ground. ed Sunday at the home, Fort Dodge. Emma Mrs. and Mrs. Kuecker are sisters, Geneva Walters, teacher of Phillip Phillip thfe for a dance with orchestra. James the Fort Dodge Fleming played last week Monday evening with the Iowa Blues at a dance at the Fort Dodge country club and also played with them last week Tuesday evening. were Approaching Marriage Announced— Announcement was made last week. Sunday at St. Miihael's Catholic church of the engagement and approaching marriage of Kathleen Cullen, daughter of the J. S. Cullens, to Stephen Cole, of Cedar Falls. The marriage will take place in June. her daughter Ge- John Kenne were Banns for Coyne-Dellering— The banns of matrimony published for the first time Sunday at St. John's Catholic church for Evelyn Coyne and Emery Deitering. Miss Coyne is the oldest daughter of the Frank Coynes. Mr. Deitering is a. son of the Henry Deiterings. He drives a truck for the Champlin Oil company. Dan McGees to Blue Earth— The Dan McGee family are guests of Mrs. Cora Hunt. The McGees spent the last two years at Fairmont, where Mr. McGee was employed Jn a store. They expect to move to Blue Earth this week, where Mr. JIcGee will manage a meat market. Mrs. McGee will be remembered as Doris Hunt. Hrs. Keoproth's Mother Sick- Mrs. Herman Keoproth is at Vancouver, Canada, where Bhe was called last week by news of the serious Illness of her mother. Mrs. Keoproth spent several weeks visiting her folks In Vancouver this winter. Margaret Deitering 13; Party— Twenty-three friends helped Marina Deiterlng- celebrate her 12th birthday at her home Saturday al- Acudemy Seniors Banqueted— Seniors of Presentation academy received communion last week Sunday morning and were later served breakfast by Mary Elizabeth Elbert. Last week Tuesday evening the graduates were entertained at a dinner party by Mary Alma O'Brien. Whittemore Nine Badly Beaten— The Rodman baJl team gave Whittemore a severe triming Sunday on the Rodman diamond. Whittemore lost, 19-J. Mittag, Lotts Creek, pitched the first two Innings for Whittemore, after Swanson pitched. which Leo Lutheran Choir Play Pleases^— Last week Tuesday evening the St. Paul's Lutheran choir presented the play, Think It Over, at the school hall. A large audience attended. The play was good and the cast took parts/excellently. Former Teacher Visits Here— Lorraine Botsford, Brltt, was a. Whittemore visitor last week Tuesday and Wednesday. She taught in the local high school during the early part of the year, but took sick and resigned. She is now well. school two miles north of town, held her school picnic last Thursday on the school grounds. Mothers of all Peters, Burt, the pupils were invited. case, Graduates are Lucile Reimers, Ruth Carlisle, Herman Behnke, Herbert Zumach, Clarence Fuoss, Roscoe Fouss, Earl Luchsinger, and Edward Heller. Ruth Balgeman, teacher at Gushing, is home for the summer months. Her parents, the F. J. Balgemans, drove to Cashing Friday noon to get her, William Rusch Jr. was in Fort Dodge last week Monday afternoon and evening attending sessions of the Iowa Master Barber Association, Mrs. Walters, neva, and Mrs. last Thursday evening supper guests at John Von Bank's, Irvington. The Albert Behnkes and Mrs. D. Cordes were at Algona Saturday to visit a niece, Miss Tietz, at the Kossuth hospital, critically ill. Francis Fish, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Fish, who is attending teacher's college at Cedar Falls, spent last week with his parents. The J. E. Walkers spent the weekend at Delevan, Minn., guests of the Delbert Walkers. Robert is a son of the J. E. Walkers. The Tony Schmidts Jr. spent Sunday at Frank Kollasch's, Swea City. Mrs. Kollasch and Mrs. Schmidt are sisters. Last week Monday the Dr. H. E. Woodward home was released from scarlet fever quarantine. The Poiret & Schattschneider garage received a carload of new Chevrolets Saturday. Class of Six Confirmed— A class of six boys and girls was confirmed by Rev. R. W. Kabelitz, at the St. John's Lutheran church Sunday: Emily Mueller, Hildegaard Kabelitz, Florence Homan, Doris Meisler, Clarence Yager, and Maynard Mueller. Choir Honors Departing Teachers— The Methodist choir had cake and ice cream after rehearsal last Thursday night, honoring Miss Gilbert, director, and Lily Rasmussen, who left Friday evening to spend the summer vacation with the home folks. Adella Mlttag Has Operation— Adella Mlttag, of the Moderne Curl Shoppe, had an operation for appendicitis at the home of her mother, Mrs. Mary Mittag, last Mrs. Armstrong Somewhat Better— Mrs. Charles Armstrong, Livermore, who has been seriously ill and was taken to a Fort Dodge hospital one day last week, is slightly improved, and was brought home Monday. week Tuesday afternoon, had charge Doctor of the Teachers Entertain Schools Faculty Margie Kleinheksel and Mathilda Kreesin were hostesses to the rest of the school faculty at a picnic supper at the Ambrose A. Call state park last week Monday evening. Lose Father In Missouri- Mrs. John. Dempsey and Mrs. Myron Alderson received word Friday night of the death of their father, Thomas Legate, Lexington, Mo., who had heart touble. Cousin Dies In Illinois— Mr. and Mrs. John Bellinger drove to Manito, 111., Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Bellinger's cousin, Enno Gerders, who died of heart trouble. Sophomores Plcnlck at Lake—The Sophomores had a class picnic at Tuttle Lake Saturday; Lewie Weisbrod, sponsor. Boy Population la Increased— Two boys were born last week: one to Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bargman, west of town, and one to Mr. Otber Fenton News. The Marcus Llndseys went to LONE ROCK GIRLS HURT IN CAR CRASH NEAR ALGONA Lone Rock, May 26—Mary Ellen and Marvel Marlow, daughters of the Lena Marlows, were injured In an auto wreck six miles south of the Ackerman corner. The girls were on their way to a. picnic and their car and one driven by Alfred Schmidt collided. Both cars were wrecked and new cars have been bought. The girls were taken to th e Koseuth hospital In Algona, and are recovering. Ledyard Saturday to visit till Sunday evening with Mr. Llndsey's mother, Mrs. Jesse O'Keefe. Mr. and 'Mrs. R. E. Goetsch and eon Richard left Friday morning for a few days visit.with relatives at Deer River, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp and Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bonn attended a bankers' convention at Spirit Lake Thursday. The L. B. Millers Kanawha, and Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller, BJngsted, were Sunday guests at C. G. Humphrey's. The A. H. Meyers family were dinner guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Winterstein at Estherville Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stamer and the Amos Flnnestads were entertained at dinner Sunday at W. V. Yager's. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. White drove to Rockford Saturday to visit the latter'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bowen. The William Lteenbys, former Fenton residents now living near Farewell Given Mrs. Tarbcll— A community farewell party was held at the F. E. Genrich home last week Tuesday evening i n honor of Mrs. H. F. Tarbell and son Milo, who left Sunday .for their future home at Waterloo. Ruth Tarbell and a girl friend from Waterloo drove up last week Thursday evening to assist Ruth's mother in packing. Operation o n Archie Bilsborough— Word has been received that Archie Bilsborough was operated on this week at Algona for a serious ailment. The Bilsboroughs worked for Joe Elvidge a number of years. Shower Honors Evelyn Thompson— A miscellaneous shower for Evelyn Thompson was" held at the William Krause home last week Thursday evening, Seniors Picnic at Park— The seniors enjoyed a picnic party at Algona last week Tuesday, with the lunch served at the Ambrose A, Call state park. Other Lone Bock. The Frank Flaigs spent Friday evening with the W, W. Stones at West Bend. The Roy Jensens, Joe Elvidge, and William Elvidge, of Burt, went to Callender 'Sunday to visit the Henry Elvldges. Mr. and Mrs. George Pettit and Mrs. Oscar Earing drove to Boone Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Art Davis, who are employed In a cafe there. Marjorie, daughter of the Roy Jensens, has been spending the past week with the Ed Hauptmans at Wesley. Her parents met her at Algona Friday evening and brought her home. Mr. and Mrs. William Davison, of Mason City, and Mrs. C. Davison, of Sheffield, came last week Monday to attend .graduating exercises of the latter's grand daughter, Margaret Roderick, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hansen, of Algona, were guests of F. E. Macum- bers Friday night. Mr. Macumber Fannt'rs Replanting Corn— Many farmers here are re-planting their corn because the first planting was injured by cold weather. Some complain that cut worms are damaging the corn. S. S. Class Has a Party— Twenty-one members of the Star Sunday school class attended a party at the Annex Friday Games were played and ments were served. evening, refresh- Schools Close with Picnics— Mrs. Nelson, of the George Stewart school, closed with a picnic. The Harry Sabin school will close with a picnic this week Friday at the Ambrose A. Call state park. Mrs. Boldridge Has Birthday— The William Boldrldges drove to Garner Sunday to visit friends, and were entertained at a. dinner party in honor of Mrs. Boldridge's birthday. left Monday for Wesley to do carpenter work for a Mr. Hansen. Herman Neltzel started painting the outside of Mrs. w. C. Hieter's house, occupied by the Watson Shlcks. The Henry Stebritz family and Mrs. Barbara Stebritz, Algona, were guests at Mrs. E. M. Hawks' Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Householder and the former's brother, Everett drove to Minneapolis last Thursday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rahn, W. G Flalg and Pauline Lewis were week end guests at F. j. Bricksons a Granger. The Mite society will meet nex week Thursday with Mrs. William Christensen. Banker N. L. Cotton and Ernes Jensen attended a bankers' conven No Church Again Sunday— Because of the Rev. A. English's Inability to preach Sunday Sunday school was held at 10 o'clock Instead t 11, and 72 persons attended. Irs. Loren Bro wn to Hospital- Mr, and Mrs, Loren Brown and Irs. John Brown left early In the eek for Des Moines, where Loren's ife was to have an operation. Other Irvington News. Roy Blythe, Chicago, and his son Gene arrived one day last week to pend several days with Roy's par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. David Blythe, nd other relatives. While they are ere Mrs. Clifford Schrader, Mil- vaukee, Is visiting her sister, Roy's vife. Earl Miller and Ted Harr spent iaturday night fishing at Tuttle Lake, and the Andrew Funks spent a day last week at Mud lake. The Henry Munsons, who had ieen living in a tenant house at Elmer Potter's, have moved to Humboldt county. Mr. and Mrs. George Hiller, Cor- vlth, were Sunday callers here. They are former Irvlngtonians The Frank Skillings, Algona, ipent Sunday at Robert Spurgeon's. tion at Spirit last Thursday The J. M. Blanchards are drlv tog a new gona. purchased Jn Ai Russell Sharp Jef t Friday tor Mar eballtown to haul gravel thia sum | Four Corner* me Mothers and Daughters club will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. William Rich, and roll call will be answered with riddles and jokes Mrs. Noble Mitchell was able to attend church Sunday. The Noble Mitchells and Amelia Berneau spent Sunday at Etna Mitchell's. This was the first time Mrs. Noble Mitchell had been away from home since she fell sick five weeks before. The Arthur Cruikshanks and Irene Walker spent Saturday at Lost Island, fishing, but did not have good luck. The Lotts Creek Dist. NO. 4 (Loyd Potter) school closed Friday with a picnic at the schoolhouse Attended by both parents and with a few outsiders. Lavina ,,„«„ 7f» teacner. The Union WatT^T? (Arthur Crulkshank) wn'ool win close thig week Friday. Mre . Ed Qenrich la teacher. 1927 Chevrolet Sedan .1929 Chevrolet Coupe Nash Sedan 1929 Chevrolet coach 1926 Dodge sedan 1—4-passenger Buick coupe 1—1928 Chevrolet truck with grain box 1—-Model T Ford pick-up box 2 truck stake platforms, 6x8 and 6x9 feet 1 Sunstrand Adding Machine, good shape, $30,00 KOHLHAAS BROS,] Phone 200 NE LOW PRICES FOB! White Leghorns, $5.75 per E | Wlilto Ijcirliorns guaranteed toll Slightly higher. Buff Minorca*, Wliltc and. : Hocks, Ked Wynnilollcs, t!, 100. An ever-increasing number of customers every year wants Juno chicks. They are making money for them, why not for yi Try our new starting, and growing mash that is giving such i derful results. Milled and mixed in our own plant. Always 6 Hamilton Leghorn Farn| and Hatchery One m Ho west and one mllo south, Bancroft Ion, Announcemen It is a pleasure to announce the appointment CHAS. KUCHYNKA as our new representative in Algona and vicinity. For Loans of $300 or Less He will succeed our former representatives, ningham & Lacy, and'will, make every effort to i ther the pleasant business relations \ve now «H with our many valued customers in this vicinity. | Federal Finance Co. 200 Liberty Bldg. De8 " P. S.:I personally invite all my many friendsi and fijl mer customers to come in and see me at my w.^| location, 214 East State S ; t., phone 399. CHAS. KUCHYNKA See our «ad* elsewhere in this "I Will Talk It Over With My Banker" HEJIE is a remark which causes stranger selling stocks and n worry than almost anything It serves as a strong protection . unsafe investment which may tive to a person no* familiar cacies of modern finance. We have access, through °» r connections, to the best in for financial issues, Our advice patron with the single motive Wm. Feel free to talk over your inves lems with us. the I itmentl Kossuth County State low*

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